9 edition of Latter-day cipher found in the catalog.
Latayne Colvett Scott
|Statement||Latayne C. Scott.|
|LC Classifications||PS3569.C646 L38 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008048543|
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Jan 05, · Call her the Jodi Piccoult of Christian fiction! Beautifully done! I can’t wait to read the next story she writes.” ~Francine Rivers, bestselling author of Redeeming Love Latter Day Cipher: "Latter-Day Cipher involves the reader not only in a page-turning murder mystery, but also in the struggles of those who must face their own shaken. Did you also use _The Ultimate Alphabet Workbook_, Art? When you publish the book that I have long exhorted you to assemble, you could entitle it _The Ultimate Alphabet Dork-book_ -- and I'm still generously offering to write a Preface (or if you prefer, a Deface), Art. > just prior to getting involved with the Authorship Question.
Feb 28, · The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 2,, views. Bearing Our Burdens with Hope - Duration: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints , views. She is the author of fourteen published books, including Latter-Day Cipher, Why We Left Mormonism, and The Hinge of Your History: The Phases of Faith. She has also published articles and poems in secular magazines and in major Christian magazines, and she is the recipient of Pepperdine University’s Distinguished Christian Service Award for.
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Jun 28, · Latter-Day Cipher: A Novel [Latayne Scott] on blogorazzia.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. When rebellious Utah socialite Kirsten Young is found Latter-day cipher book in Provo Canyon with strange markings carved into her flesh and a note written in a 19th Century code/5(37).
Latter-Day Cipher is a well-written, intriguing mystery/suspense novel. The world-building details about Utah, Mormon culture, and the character's jobs were all excellent and brought the world alive in my mind. The author used a lot of figurative language/5. Latter-Day Cipher is a good story and a better examination of Mormonism.
The murder mystery is important and pushes the story forward, but the problems the characters have center on their choices regarding their lives in the Mormon church, or outside it/5(37). Jul 25, · Latter-Day Cipher is a book that will hold your attention while you try to unravel the mystery of a serial killer on the loose in Latter-day cipher book.
It will introduce you to the mainstream Mormon Church and the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Apr 01, · The Latter-Day Cipher is a book that will hold your attention while you try to unravel the mystery of a serial killer on the loose in Utah.
It will introduce you to the mainstream Mormon Church and the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints/5(20). Get this from a library. Latter-day cipher. [Latayne Colvett Scott] -- When rebellious Utah socialite Kirsten Young is found murdered in Provo Canyon with strange markings carved into her flesh and a note written in a 19th Century code, questions arise about the old.
Latter-day Cipher: From the surrealistically tranquil opening scene in which the reader scans the body of a killer’s first victim, to an explosive final chapter delivered with the rhythm of a quickened pulse, Latter Day Cipher is a masterwork of riveting story-craft and elegant prose.
When rebellious Utah socialite, Kirsten Young, is found murdered in Provo Canyon with strange markings carved into her flesh and a note written in a 19th Century code, questions aBrand: Moody Press.
Apr 29, · Latayne C. Scott, Latter-day Cipher. Chicago: Moody Publishers, What happens when you take a fictional suspense-thriller and place it in Utah, the center of Mormonism.
Latayne C. Scott gives us an example in her novel Latter-day Cipher. A former Mormon who converted to evangelical Christianity, Scott helps readers understand Mormonism Author: John Divito.
May 03, · Thanks, Wendy -- I am so glad you enjoyed Latter-day Cipher. And I am so grateful to Lena for this gracious interview.
David and Carlene, I'll be very anxious to hear what you think after you read it. You can leave me a message -- and find out more about Mormonism -- at blogorazzia.com By the way -- there's a book trailer on that site, too.
May 01, · Latter-Day Cipher by Latayne Scott,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Latter-Day Cipher flows well.
Characters are introduced and fleshed out at a pleasing pace. Events roll along without getting bogged down. The story is well constructed. You won’t fall asleep reading this, unless you take medicine and read it when you go to bed, as do I.
But that’s not the fault of the book. Latter-Day Cipher: A Novel ePub (Adobe DRM) can be read on any device that can open ePub (Adobe DRM) files.
Jun 01, · At the heart of the founding mythology of the Mormon Church sits a small fragmentary document called the Anthon Transcript. The claim linked with it is that it was copied from gold plates revealed by angels to the year-old Mormon prophet Joseph Smith Jr inand that its “Caractors” were written in the “reformed Egyptian” of the (otherwise.
The following is a list of endorsements for my book, Almost a Mormon, which was published on May 6, You may purchase the book at the following link: Order Here. “I am truly awestruck by Adam’s extensive research on LDS topics and his powerful weaving of that information into the narrative fabric of his compelling personal story.
—Latayne C. Scott, author of The Mormon Mirage and Latter-day Cipher. I just finished Ross Anderson’s little book Understanding the Book of Mormon: A Quick Christian Guide to the Mormon Holy Book, just published by Zondervan, and find it both helpful and fascinating.
The book is short, very small pages, and is written in a. Latayne C. Scott was a faithful and happy Mormon for ten years, attending Brigham Young University on writing scholarship and working as a staff member for two of BYUs weekly magazines.
She is the author of 13 published books, including The Mormon Mirage, Why We Left Mormonism, Latter-Day Cipher: a novel and After Mormonism, What. Jun 04, · Here’s yet another cipher-tinged literary genre I wasn’t previously aware of – the ex-Mormon novel.
As a just-released exemplar, “Latter-Day Cipher” by ex-Mormon Latayne Scott (author of “The Mormon Mirage”, so her overall position should be no great surprise) appears to do a pretty good job of tackling contentious Mormon issues – along the lines. Discover the new findings about Latter ay Saint history, rise of Mormon apologetics on the Internet, and more.
pages, softcover from Zondervan. The Mormon Mirage: A Former Member Looks at the Mormon Church, Third Edition () by Latayne C. Scott5/5(7). Ed Bliss has 6 books on Goodreads, and is currently reading Latter-Day Cipher by Latayne C.
Scott, and recently added A Friendly Discussion: Mormonism Pr. Sign-up for one of our newsletters and get more great stories and products sent directly to you each week!Background. Cipher in the Snow, written by Jean Mizer, an Idaho teacher, counselor and guidance director, was first published in the NEA Journal,It won first prize in the first Reader's Digest/NEA Journal writing competition.
It has since been frequently reprinted and the story and film used in moral education; for instance, as part of anti-bullying blogorazzia.comed by: Judge Whitaker, Keith J. Atkinson.Chris Arnzen did the narration for this video trailer for Latayne C. Scott's book, Latter-day Cipher(Moody, ).
When rebellious Utah socialite Kirsten Young is found murdered in Provo Canyon with strange markings carved into her flesh and a note written in a 19th Century code, questions arise about the old laws of the Mormon blogorazzia.com: James Swan.